Chess is for me the epitome of art, science and sport, where only my own skill can assist me.
I can never say: "What a bad luck!"
Nothing and nobody to blame than myself.
Though my aspiration is to win, but I must deserve it.
In this sense I can appreciate the thought of better to lose a real good game than to win a bad one. So the utmost horror must be to lose a real bad game?!
This eternal fight to becoming better is the real pleasure for me.
Strongly, I dislike the expression "It's only a game."
I have the same attitude as Brazilians in soccer.
It's a question of life and death,
but the most important is that it is
Chess gives so much,
and can easily be played everywhere.
That's the greatness about it!
Chess is also very interesting from the
psychological point of view. It tells so much
about our personality. The way we play, move the pieces, our behaviour...
There are moments during the battle between the White and Black pieces, when one's own ego seems like being absorbed in the greatness of chess. Such moments are rare, and should be cherished like a real friend.
My love for music is though the strongest
and here is
the great artist
and also excellent in chess;